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United State's Wars
The U.S. has participated in wars since King Philip’s War in 1675. I was not familiar with this war, so I decided to see what other wars the United States fought in. I was especially interested in what documents these wars would have used, that my ancestors may have had to sign or be included in.
Understanding Probate Records Review
“The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy” has a wealth of genealogical information. There were times when I would be researching wills & probate records, where I never really understood the entire value of the document because I was not educated in probate terms. Come learn more about probate.
True Miracles with Genealogy Review
True Miracles with Genealogy, Help From Beyond the Veil was written by Anne Bradshaw. It is a touching book that is a collection of short stories about people feeling inspired from their ancestors (or those they are researching) from beyond the veil. Come learn more about this touching book.
Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors Magazine
Family Chronicle, The How To Genealogy Magazine, has just introduced a special edition. It is called Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors. Check it out!
Tony Burroughs, African American Genealogist
Tony Burroughs is an internationally known African American genealogist, author, teacher and lecturer.
TN Genealogical Society's Educational Programs
Tennessee Genealogical Society is hosting a FREE Educational Program this Fall 2010 and many other classes. Check it Out....
Time Saving Tips
Time is something a genealogist holds dear; there never seems to be enough hours in a day. Here are some tips to try and find more time to devote to family research.
They Came in Ships Book Review
John P. Colletta's book, "They Came in Ships", is a wonderful tool in discovering the arrival records your immmigrant ancestors took.
The Weather and Our Ancestors
I often wonder about the weather and our ancestors when severe weather approaches my home. They had no televisions or radios to warn them and no sirens to scream of the approaching tornado. What did they do?
The Teacher Can Learn
Genealogy is a never ending learning experience. There are many aspects in family history that one is always learning and benefitting from. Sometimes, the teacher can also learn and benefit from those attending her classes. Here is what I have learned.
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